Following his recent statement about the Love Damini tour, Burna Boy is poised to completely rewrite Nigerian music’s performance history. The African superstar will become the first and only Nigerian artist to perform in a US stadium. In a US arena with a 45,000-person capacity, Burna Boy will make history as the first performer from Nigeria.
According to an official statement, the global tour stop for Burna Boy’s “Love Damini” will occur in the United States on July 8, 2023, at the 45,000-seat Citi Field NYC. Burna has kept up with the times, performing in various locations around the globe, and will now be The first/only Nigerian artist to accomplish this feat.
At the Dreamville Festival 2023, which took place from April 1 through April 2, the multi-award-winning singer, songwriter, and performer stormed the stage and gave a performance to remember.
The singer-songwriter will perform a set at Coachella in April before serving as the main act at AfroNation’s first expedition to the Miami beaches in May. From 10 a.m. EDT on April 4 to 10 p.m. EDT on April 6, New York-based Citi cardholders will have exclusive access to pre-sale seats through the Citi Entertainment program. The general public can purchase tickets on Friday, April 7, at 10 a.m. local time on Burna’s tour website.
Burna Boy, a celebrity of Afro-fusion music from Nigeria, keeps making history. The singer will perform at Citi Field venue in New York City on July 8. With his NYC visit on his Love, Damini tour, the celebrity will become the first Nigerian performer to headline a stadium in the United States. Burna made history around this time last year when he became the first of his Nigerian compatriots to perform at Madison Square Garden in New York City’s “One Night in Space” concert.